cargoshipToo often we are frustrated when we find ourselves ‘out of range’ and not able to connect our devices. While some may consider that a good thing at times, for business it can be a critical handicap. Redmond, Washington-based Kymeta is introducing a next generation antenna that is lighter, easier to install and can be used on ships at sea where satellite connectivity is essential.

Currently, ships rely on large, complex, constantly spinning satellite dishes to communicate from out at sea.  Kymeta’s new flat-panel antenna design connects electronically to provide internet broadband access from any moving vehicle on land, in the air or at sea. The unit is smaller, lighter weight and adaptable for use in cars and aircraft. Read more in Puget Sound Business Journal and Geekwire.

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